Canada’s Federal Court rules a top Mountie violated her legal obligations, the U.S. government eases licensing restrictions for prospective bus drivers, and more in our Week in Brief.
How did pandemic-related labor shortages come about? What new challenges do they present for regulators? We look at these questions and more in this week’s blog post.
Canadian provinces consider allowing symptomatic healthcare staff return to work, American states move to ease licensing rules for former convicts, and more in this week’s look at regulatory news.
Oregon adds licensure requirements for pharma sales reps, Connecticut temporarily suspends licensing requirements for out-of-state health care workers, Utah nurse gets three-year prison sentence, and more in this week’s glance at regulatory news.
Illinois sets licensing standards for midwives, Hawaii pushes to change licensing standards for dentists, the Virgin Islands enact the Nurse Licensure Compact, and more in this week’s glance at regulatory news.
Quebec shuts down nearly 4,000 websites over a newly discovered exploit, Michigan and Wisconsin push to relax licensure requirements, and more in this week’s look at regulatory news.
Cyberattacks, labor shortages, and licensing reforms dominated headlines throughout 2021, while the COVID-19 pandemic continued to loom over the world at large.
Maryland real estate appraisers face criticism over alleged appraisal bias, Michigan looks to expand multijurisdictional licensing for healthcare workers, Ontario’s Ministry of Labour works to improve trades compliance, and more in this week’s look at regulatory news.
Canada’s Governor General office experiences a network breach, Massachusetts aims to simplify the licensing process for military veterans, and more in this week’s glance at regulatory news.
West Virgina’s licensing boards have surpluses, inmate alleges Utah’s prisons violate standards of care and more in this week’s regulatory news.